21 Inc Unveils a Bitcoin Transaction Fee Prediction App

21 Inc Unveils a Bitcoin Transaction Fee Prediction App

21 Inc, best known for developing its bitcoin computer has launched a free web application that would help bitcoin users determine the fee required to confirm a transaction in a given amount of time. The app and service, hosted on bitcoinfees.21.co, offers real-time figures to show relevant fee amounts that are being paid on the bitcoin network. The service also shows the expected times for confirmation of transactions. Fees are established in satoshi(s) per byte, making a nod to the smallest denomination of a bitcoin. When sending bitcoin payments, users are typically required to send a....


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